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Free bottle of Acai Action

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
Got it from the June edition of Country Walking Magazine today...3000 available apparently

Good Luck! :)
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98% pure antioxidant fruit juices Super-charge with acai berries
No added sugars or sweeteners No artificial flavours or colouring
Non-carbonated 90ml shot Infused with green tea, guarana, yerba mat?and B1

Delays fatigue! Increases alertness! Boosts performance!

From Neways! The makers of Maximol Solutions Our No. 1 Mineral Supplement.
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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Healthy and yummy, good find and mines already ordered....H & R
#2
Thank warmed up
#3
bobbyt64
Healthy and yummy, good find and mines already ordered....H & R


:thumbsup:
#4
dabbit
Thank warmed up


:thumbsup:
#5
http://dl4.glitter-graphics.net/pub/969/969104r4vq237ph4.gif
#6
Thanks
#7
Just a word of caution. I have not read T&C's of this "freebie" offer but I know of others who have been stung by other offers for this or a similar product & have suffered erroneous credit card withdrawls. So long as you do not give out your credit card details in advance I assume things will be ok. Unfortunately, my wife was caught out by a £126 credit card debit eight days after receiving her "free" acai sample (apart from P&P) from an offer that was advertised as "free" on MSN. She immediately cancelled her card so that more withdrawls could not be charged.

This link highlights the sort of thing that has happened with regard to some so called free acai berry offers. The number of pages says it all. http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=1241257

As I say I have no knowledge of this particular offer & hope everyone gets their free berries, no strings attached.

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#8
Yum cannotwait..nice one...free stuff rocks..:w00t:
#9
Thanks
#10
N.o.6
Just a word of caution. I have not read T&C's of this "freebie" offer but I know of others who have been stung by other offers for this or a similar product & have suffered erroneous credit card withdrawls. So long as you do not give out your credit card details in advance I assume things will be ok. Unfortunately, my wife was caught out by a £126 credit card debit eight days after receiving her "free" acai sample (apart from P&P) from an offer that was advertised as "free" on MSN. She immediately cancelled her card so that more withdrawls could not be charged.

This link highlights the sort of thing that has happened with regard to some so called free acai berry offers. The number of pages says it all. http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=1241257

As I say I have no knowledge of this particular offer & hope everyone gets their free berries, no strings attached.

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did you even click the link to see the form? how are companies going to magic up our credit card details?

sigh.

head and rep added! thanks for the heads up! :)
#11
pinkmelonsmr2
http://dl4.glitter-graphics.net/pub/969/969104r4vq237ph4.gif


Sepulcre, if you're reading, you have a great contender here for nice graphics! :)

That's lovely pinkmelonsmr2! Thanks a bunch!:thumbsup:
#12
jotarpley
Thanks


:thumbsup:
#13
N.o.6
Just a word of caution. I have not read T&C's of this "freebie" offer but I know of others who have been stung by other offers for this or a similar product & have suffered erroneous credit card withdrawls.

As I say I have no knowledge of this particular offer & hope everyone gets their free berries, no strings attached.

6


Thanks for the warning & enjoy your freebie!:)
#14
internutter1
Yum cannotwait..nice one...free stuff rocks..:w00t:


loll!:thumbsup:
#15
Predikuesi
Thanks


:thumbsup:
#16
Thanks - have only tried açaí 'in the bowl' before now, so will be nice to see what it's like as a drink.
#17
freakfire
Thanks - have only tried açaí 'in the bowl' before now, so will be nice to see what it's like as a drink.


You're welcome! :thumbsup:
I've tried "in the bowl " too with granola and banana the Brazilian way.

Many health food stores have the drink version
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N.o.6
Just a word of caution. I have not read T&C's of this "freebie" offer but I know of others who have been stung by other offers for this or a similar product & have suffered erroneous credit card withdrawls. So long as you do not give out your credit card details in advance I assume things will be ok. Unfortunately, my wife was caught out by a £126 credit card debit eight days after receiving her "free" acai sample (apart from P&P) from an offer that was advertised as "free" on MSN. She immediately cancelled her card so that more withdrawls could not be charged.

This link highlights the sort of thing that has happened with regard to some so called free acai berry offers. The number of pages says it all. http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=1241257

As I say I have no knowledge of this particular offer & hope everyone gets their free berries, no strings attached.


To be fair you are probably thinking of the numerous scams using the product acai that can be found on basically any website running ads, claiming to be 'blogs' or 'real life stories' about losing 10st in a week or putting on 50lbs muscle in a month, all from the same product acai force or something similar if i remember correctly. Offering free trials but signing you up to buy the overpriced product monthly from then on!!
This product has nothing to do with that other than it is the same ingredient. its like saying dont trust buying heinz tomato ketchup because some tomato ketchup in aldi contained no tomatoes in the ingredients.
And no offence but i think anyone who gets stung by them acai force scams has only themselves to blame, i mean look at the websites, the ludicrous claims, or even a simple google search and you smell a rat. As with anything you read the T & C's carefully, especially if you have to provide your credit card details for a 'free' sample!! Its like with them 419 scams, these things are only gonna thrive if people are stupid enough to fall for them. And at the end of the day i wonder who truly believed that this acai was that magic that it could melt off fat, while simultaneously building slabs of muscle!!

H + R OP
1 Like #19
Thanks heat added
#20
:thumbsup::thumbsup: also
#21
peteh123
To be fair ...

H + R OP


:thumbsup:
#22
mully
:thumbsup::thumbsup: also
:)
#23
june.etherington
Thanks heat added


:thumbsup:
#24
Just received mine...They ship to Heaven...incredible!:w00t::p

It tastes so cool and is really packed with many healthy stuff. Luv it!!!:thumbsup:

Apparently it's better on an empty stomach to really feel the effect; which I just did:)
#25
Had a follow up phone call to ask how I found the product......medicinally nice !

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